Pablo is the son of an armory shop owner in Townville, and due to his deep interest in firearms and other weapons, he took over the shop and started designing his own handguns. Some months later, he moved to Blue Coasts and settled there.
Profiles known from cases:
- He uses Thayst wheels, uses golden rings, practices shooting, is left-handed, drinks wine, drinks lemonade, can cook, uses hands sanitizer, and his foot measure is 10.
- He does not wear glasses, does not have knowledge in physics, and doesn't have skinning skills.
- During the events of Decease Behind The Trees, he had a cold.
- During the events of Swimming Dead, he wore black clothes.
- During the events of Purchase A Murder, he had a stubble.
- During the events of A Cake To Die For, he had a cold.
Role in cases
Season 1: Townville
- Decease Behind The Trees, Case #3 in Townville:
Pablo became a part of Jacqueline Ramos' murder investigation when the team found his DNA in a shotgun, the murder weapon. He said that he worked in an armory, so it clearly made sense as long as the shotgun came from his shop. He mentioned too that the armory had been shoplifted recently and that they did not have surveillance cameras. He was one of the main suspects in the case but eventually he was proven innocent when the true killer was arrested.
- Swimming Dead, Case #10 in Townville:
Pablo was flagged as a murder suspect one more time for the murder of his young girlfriend, Victoria Findfold, with whom he lived in the gated community Northwest Winds. He didn't become a suspect for that, but in fact for the fact that his fingerprints were on the murder bullet. He explained it by saying that he must have sold it in his father's armory, though he had been the one who had bought them. He was interrogated again about Victoria's affair with Jeffer Ubber, her best friend's boyfriend. He said he knew about it and that he hated Jeffer. He was a strong suspect; nevertheless, the killer was in fact Victoria's best friend and Jeffer's girlfriend, Holly Etrusk. The bullets Pablo had bought were in fact for her as they were friends. The murder had taken place due to an argument which started as a fight between Pablo and Jeffer.
- Purchase A Murder, Case #19 in Townville:
A woman called Juliet Aiken called the police to say that she'd heard a gunshot right across her house. The player and Evan Day went there to realize that it was in fact a murder with Yale Williams (president of Green Year Parade's jury) and the murder scene was the Sount armory. He said that his father (Ignace Sount) and him were going to sign a contract with Yale to participate in the parade. Pablo also asked the team to help him with his father who was in a deep state of shock and they also found out that Juliet was Pablo's girlfriend and they'd broken out very recently because Pablo was obsessed with Green Year Parade.
Pablo's problems got worse after his father was arrested for Yale's murder. However, he didn't get mad at the police because he knew that the one who had followed a wrong course of action was Ignace. He asked the next day for help to find two revolvers which he couldn't find and thanked the team after they gave it back to him.
- A Cake To Die For, Case #35 in Townville:
Pablo got suspected again after the death of retired baseball player Hansel Brondele, after his birthday cake exploded in front of his face. The cake had been bought from Johanna Wickle's bakery and the player found Pablo's business card there, so he was asked about Johanna. He was later interrogated again about his friendship with the victim but he said that they weren't close, and a third time about the Wickle family. He was not one of the main suspects of the case and therefore was proved to be innocent.
The next day, he asked the team for help in finding his notebook where he had drawn some gun designs since he wanted to start his own line. The only issue was that they were too similar to a previously existing brand called Fontezo Guns, but according to Lindsey Vain the company had went bankrupt a while ago and the copyright of their designs had already expired so Pablo was allowed to legally manufacture them.
- Human Rug, Case #60 in Townville:
Season 2: Blue Coasts
- Flight Of Fantasy, Case #16 in Blue Coasts:
After solving a murder case on board of an airplane, Violet Nearnight was eager to find out more information about the mysterious person who was in Blue Coasts trying to avenge Hansel Brondele's death. Since the plane's co-pilot was Andrew Bolstein, a Townvillian, Violet decided to ask him if he knew anyone from the city who had moved to Blue Coasts and/or been a friend of Hansel. Andrew said that someone who lived in his neighborhood had moved to Blue Coasts and after taking a look at his phone, they saw that this person was Pablo. Violet thought they'd figured out who it was when the player mentioned that he'd been one of the suspects in Hansel's murder case, but he could not be who they were looking for since Pablo was not Hansel's friend, and this mysterious person had claimed to be friends with Hansel.
|Full name||Pablo Sount|
|Occupation||Armory shop assistant|
|Partner(s)||Victoria Findfold (formerly, girlfriend)|
Juliet Aiken (formerly, ex-girlfriend)
|First appearance||Decease Behind The Trees|
|Suspect appearance(s)||Decease Behind The Trees|
Purchase A Murder
A Cake To Die For
|Rewards given||Purchase A Murder - Camo jacket (male), Shooting coat (female), Glasses|
A Cake To Die For - 15,000 coins